Samuel Bimenyimana is a lecturer as well as the evening programme coordinator at Adventist University of Central Africa in Kigali-Rwanda. He surely must be a busy man. Could he be having some time off on weekends? Below, he tells us what would make his perfect weekend:
The way I spend my weekend is different from others. It starts at 1p.m on Friday as I prepare for the Sabbath day, Saturday.
I straight away go home to my family.
On Saturday, I go to church before any other place. By mid-day, I am already home to have lunch together with my family. At my age, I do not go out but still I enjoy it my own way.
I get my Piano and play music of our time for my children.
I personally bring back the memories. My wife joins me and we enjoy together.
The music I play and the way my family responds, gives me joy. After such entertainment, I may either receive some visitors or be guest somewhere. Depending on the programme, I may utilize this time to watch movies with my children.
But I can never let the weekend go without sharing challenges in the home with my family.
This too makes the weekend have an impact based on our resolutions against the challenges.
I make sure by 8p.m I am home to prepare for Sunday being a working day to me.
That is how I spend my perfect weekend.